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Personalize your Canadian Indigenous Art Print to mark any event or special occasion! We can create customized engraved plates for all framed prints.
To order your engraved plate, first add the framed art print to your shopping cart (be sure to choose a framed print). Then add the engraved plate and select either "glass mounted" or "frame mounted" from the drop down menu. Please include the text to be engraved on the plaque in the "Special Instructions" area of your shopping cart. You will receive a confirmation email including the information that is to be engraved.
"Tranquility" matted print measures approximately 8"x6", and is double matted with white mats. Overall measurements: 11"x14", portrait orientation. The matted and framed print is double matted with white mats and black framing measuring 12" x 14.25". The numbered Limited Edition print measure 24 1/2" x 30" and is double matted with a black wood frame.
Cultural Background: Ojibway – Christian Island, southern Georgian Bay, Ontario
The self-taught Beausoleil First Nation artist, William Anthony Monague, grew up on an isolated island with no access to formal education or training in the arts. Monague – “Abwaudung” (The Visionary or Dreamer) discovered inspiration in the traditional teachings of Mother Earth, Spirit World and in the beauty of nature and in the Georgian Bay shores that surrounded him. Initially he was using the woodland style but soon developed his own more contemporary style of art. During the 1970’s and 80’s Monague followed the Pow Wow circuit in a van with his family down to Mexico. His work ended up in various museums and galleries along the way. Monague donates his time and artwork to many worthwhile causes, while helping others. “I feel my art speaks to my culture. I have made a name for myself with my work and reputation but it has taken a long time.” He passed away peacefully to the Spirit World at the Georgian Bay General Hospital with his family by his side in 2019.
“Sharing Anishnabek Culture through the Spirit of Color”